Bronze medallist in the Points Race at Glasgow 2014, Katie stepped up in style at her second Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, winning gold in the Individual Pursuit, silver in the Points Race and recording two 4th place finishes in the Scratch Race and Road Time Trial.
Her Individual Pursuit gold came on a special night as her brother John took silver in the men's event, making them the first brother and sister to win Commonwealth Games medals for Scotland on the same day.
Previously a swimmer, Katie took up cycling in 2011, where she competed on a grass track. She has gone on to win World and Olympic gold, setting a World record in the Team Pursuit in every round at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Since Gold Coast she had added four gold and four silver medals at the European Championships to her impressive resume, as well as silver in the Team Pursuit at both the 2019 and 2020 World Championships.